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CauliFLOWER Recipes for Valentine’s Day

Cauliflower is the new kale. This stuff is EVERYWHERE. Whenever there’s a new food trend, I’m always a little wary. Is it really that good (or good for you)? I tried cauliflower steaks, and they were not like steak. I…

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  • My Healthy Version of Pad Thai

    Pad thai is a great comfort food, but the problem with most restaurant versions is that they are very high in fat, sugar...

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  • What-the-Hell-Do-I-Do-with-These-Leftover-Avocados Dip

    Yes, I had leftover avocados when I created this dip and avocados are so versatile. It was a use-what-you-have moment. I...

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  • Easy, Protein-Packed Snacks to Eat at Work

    We’ve all felt that midday drag, and when you’re at work, it can be hard to find a healthy option that will get you ...

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    Lower-Fat Pasta Carbonara

    In honor of National Spaghetti Day, I’m sharing one of my favorite pasta recipes. This lower-fat pasta carbonara is beyond. Ingredients – 16 ounces whole-wheat spaghetti – ¾ cup plain unflavored soy milk – 2 whole eggs – ½ cup freshly…

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  • CauliFLOWER Recipes for Valentine’s Day

    Cauliflower is the new kale. This stuff is EVERYWHERE. Whenever there’s a new food trend, I’m always a littl...

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  • Celebrate World Vegan Day With My Favorite Vegan Recipes

    I don’t consider myself vegan, but I do enjoy eating vegan dishes because most of the time, they are a lot healthier t...

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  • Amazingly Moist Low-Fat Brownies

    You would never know these delicious brownies are low in fat. Ingredients – 1 cup raw sugar – 6 tablespoons...

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    Pureed Vegetable Soup

    Something about pureed food feels nurturing to me. I love this delicious soup, not only because it represents comfort to me but because it always makes me feel clean and energized after I eat it, especially when I use real…

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  • Salad Inspiration: Baby Kale Summer Salad

    Salads can be boring or they can make a whole meal. You might think it’s simple to make a salad but then again, if you...

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  • Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe

    I believe that the holidays should be as stress-free as possible, and in order to do that, you have to plan ahead. By no...

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  • Healthy Brown Rice Breakfast

    I never understood why more people don’t eat rice for breakfast. Brown rice is full of nutrients, fiber, and energy th...

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    What To Do With Your Leftovers

    What did you have for dinner last night? What do you have in the refrigerator that you need to eat? Can you make it into a sandwich today? There are so many options, so take this basic concept and run…

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  • Bethenny’s Bites: The Main Dish, Part 1

    Contrary to popular belief, I don’t know it all – but I do know food. I’ve traveled around the country (and th...

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  • Know What You Want: Listen to Your Food Voice

    Learning to recognize what you really want isn’t always as easy as it sounds – but once you know what you want, ...

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  • Healthy Brown Rice Breakfast

    I never understood why more people don’t eat rice for breakfast. Brown rice is full of nutrients, fiber, and energy th...

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    How to Make Soup

    Soup is easy to make and a good way to use what you have. Sauté onions and/or garlic in a little bit of olive oil. When they are soft, add vegetable broth according to how much soup you want to…

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  • Skinny Quiche

    I skinnified this quiche for Gossip Girl’s Kelly Rutherford. It’s great for breakfast or lunch and will leave you sa...

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  • Lemon Ricotta Hot Cakes

    These Lemon Ricotta Hot Cakes from Chef Sam Talbot are heavenly. Wake up a little early this weekend so you can enjoy th...

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  • Spicy Bluecheese Chicken Burger Recipe

    If you’re looking for a fun meal that anyone can cook (even your significant other who claims they can’t boi...

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    National Vegetarian Month: Sweet & Savory Vegetable Tower

    I don’t consider myself to be vegetarian, but I do enjoy eating vegetarian dishes because most of the time, they are a lot healthier than traditional dishes. Since October is National Vegetarian Month, I’ll be sharing a new recipe or…

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  • Time to Get Real

    What is real food? Ask a dozen people, and they will probably have a dozen opinions about where to draw the line. But th...

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  • How To Write Your Own Diet Rules

    I can’t overstate the importance of self knowledge when it comes to losing weight because most diet plans overlook it....

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  • Classic Chicken Pot Pie

    Classic chicken pot pie is comfort food, but it’s so heavy that it can make you feel sluggish if you eat too much ...

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